Tag: EVAR

Shape Memory Medical celebrates treatment of 1,500th patient

Shape Memory Medical announced today that its 1,500th patient has been treated, marking a significant milestone for the company’s portfolio of shape memory polymer...

Cydar Medical and King’s College London initiate randomised controlled trial of...

Cydar Medical, in partnership with King’s College London, has initiated the ARIA study—a randomised controlled trial to assess the clinical, technical and cost-effectiveness of...

Vivasure Medical announces Series D financing to advance portfolio of PerQseal...

Vivasure Medical has announced the closing of the first tranche of €22 million (US$23 million) as part of its Series D financing round that...
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CATHI joins with VSS to launch world’s first online training programme...

Germany-based endovascular simulator supplier CATHI has joined forces with UK-based Vascular Simulation Solutions (VSS) to offer the world’s first online training masterclass using endovascular...

First patient enrolled in Shape Memory Medical’s AAA-SHAPE Netherlands study

Shape Memory Medical has announced the initiation of AAA-SHAPE Netherlands, the company’s prospective, multicentre early feasibility study of the Impede-FX RapidFill device when used...
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Complications of EVAR in 2020: Are they lower than they were...

Mo Hamady discusses developments in aortic stent grafts in recent years, and offers a contemplation on the complications associated with endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR)....

IVL has “changed the dynamics” of facilitating EVAR & TEVAR in...

Frank Arko (Charlotte, USA) talks to VEITHtv at the VEITHsymposium 2019 (19–23 November, New York, USA), about the benefits of using Shockwave Intravascular Lithotripsy (IVL) when performing EVAR...

Appropriate patient and device selection and multidisciplinary team discussion make for...

Raman Uberoi (Oxford, UK) tells Interventional News at CIRSE 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal, that offering any treatment for abdominal aortic aneurysms, be it endovascular...

Individual evaluation of each patient, and each aorta, is key to...

 Individual evaluation of each patient, and each aorta, is key to durable repair “The instructions for use (IFU) are not a clinical guideline, so trainees...

Gore moulding and occlusion balloon for endovascular aortic repair receives approval...

Gore has announced FDA 510(k) clearance, approval from the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare, and receipt of CE mark for the innovative...

Merit Medical named exclusive distributor of Q50 Plus

Merit Medical Systems has been named the exclusive global distributor of the Q50 Plus Stent Graft Balloon Catheter (QXMédical). The Q50 Plus is used...

Terumo to acquire large bore vascular closure device to expand its...

Terumo Corporation has announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire assets related to the large bore vascular closure device, Xpro System,...

Radiation exposure during EVAR causes DNA damage in operators

The health implications of prolonged low dose radiation exposure are frequently a topic of discussion amongst vascular interventionalists, who are performing a growing number...
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Any non-adherence to instructions for use predicts graft-related adverse events in...

by Christine Herman Frequently, instructions for use (IFU) parameters published by device manufacturers are not adhered to in order to increase patient candidacy for endovascular...

First patients treated with Endologix’s Ovation Alto abdominal stent graft system

The first use of Endologix’s Ovation Alto abdominal stent graft system has been reported in two patients with abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA). The patients...